Boris’ war on obesity is futile
Professor Philip Booth quoted in the Daily Telegraph
Christopher Snowdon writes for The Spectator Coffee House
Writing for The Spectator Coffee House, Christopher notes “the government’s political motivation for finding a scapegoat for Britain’s relatively high Covid death rate” and that while you are “27 per cent more likely to die from Covid-19 if you have a body mass index (BMI) between 30 and 35. If you are over the age of 80, you are 1,200 per cent more likely to die from it (compared to people aged 50-60).”
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